A Moment of Innocence (Moshen Makhmalbaf / Iran / 1996)
Q: What is it like to move between cinema and philosophy?
By relation, they are not opposites. 2,478 more words
Bogost is something akin to a video game designer by day and an object oriented crime fighter by night.
Bogost’s take on the decentering of human access comes in the form of what he advocates as “Alien Phenomenology”. 92 more words
Levi Bryant is a philosopher who carried the torch of Object Oriented Ontology after people like Graham Harman and Quentin Meillassoux established it. Bryant worked for some time summarizing the ideas of others in the movement before publishing his first major contribution under the title “The Democracy of Objects”. 356 more words
“with natural disaster films and apocolyptic films there’s generally a thematization of the impossibility of the sexual relation and how society must be destroyed to get the couple together” – levi bryant http://ift.tt/1HDGi4s